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Reporting from the front lines
Who are the people (and issues) in the neighborhood?
Creating, Performing, Inspiring...all before 3pm! (That's a good day!)
Problems need solvers, so why not us?
Up close and personal
Notes from the meetings
My world, my voice
The Edgewood Ghost
Once upon a time, there were three boys. They were playing on the playground when they heard a spooky noise. Henry said, "Did you hear that?"
Edgewood Outdoor Recess
Recess is fun because you can get some fresh air, run a race and win, catch a ball, score a touchdown, score a goal, become ace or stay in box ball.
The Secret Life of Mr. Pizzuti
Did you ever know that Mr. Pizzuti worked at an Italian restaurant? He is the P.E. student teacher.
Cardinal McCloskey Toy Drive
Each year around the holidays Edgewood has a toy drive to help people who don't have as much as we do. But do you know where the toys all go to?
At Edgewood School, the third, fourth and fifth graders do the MLB Run because this run promotes cardiovascular endurance in a fun and interesting way. In the MLB Run, you have to run around the gym as many times as you can in five minutes.
Candy Drive for Hope Community Services
Do you want to find out where all your donated candy goes? We know. Read this story to find out.
Mrs. Anders Is Back!
Today there was Classical Cafe, and it was 2nd grade. The MCs called the names of the waiters. After the MCs called everybody's names, they announced, “Mrs. Anders is back!”
An Interview with Laura Marsh
Laura Marsh has worked in children's literature for almost twenty years and is a children's book author. She has published numerous books with National Geographic Kids. Mrs. Marsh lives in the Edgewood neighborhood and visited our school on November 15, 2016.
Design Shop is a club for letting kids design things. They are going to make chairs with PVC pipes and fabric.
Playing the Tablas
Have you ever heard of the Tablas? Our friend Ronak in fifth grade has not only heard of them, but he plays them beautifully!
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